Multi axis milling has revolutionized the manufacturing industry. Successful advances in the manufacturing industry today has resulted in the use of computer controlled tools. These tools offer companies the ability to produce more items at a fraction of the cost. Industrial advances have enabled milling operations to expand their production line. Shops and production facilities which use these modern development processes have more flexibility in item production.
Computerized processes provide the added benefit of manufacturing on multiple axis. Throughout the manufacturing industry, with each additional axis examined, there is a resulting increase in product precision. CAM tools address four or more axis when turning resources into products. This type of multi-faceted approach provides the ability to manufacture products with more accuracy and reduced costs. More efficient processing leads to cost savings due to less labor needed, and a wiser use of resources resulting in less waste.
The application of multi axis milling is more prolific then many people realize. A number of industries use products that were milled in this way. Some of the top industries include medical, surgical, aerospace, defense and aircraft. With industries such as these, components that are flawless and serve their function accurately are vital. People’s jobs and lives depend on products in industries such as these performing accurately.
Resource materials that products can be successfully milled from with the aid of computerized tools include plastics, ceramics, graphite, composites, polymers plus a variety of metals including steel, stainless steel, nickel, brass and aluminum.
How It Works
This type of manufacturing process is often accomplished by utilizing electrical discharge machining. The desired product shape is usually ‘cut’ from resource material using electrical sparks. Water cooling components and laser cutting often play a part in this type of precision processing environment.
Industry experts are well equipped at designing the necessary programs that assist precision processing. Computer programs are written and tested to ensure that the operational tools perform the desired task. In collaboration with the technical experts, hands on operational experts excel at the application of these tools. With a strong skillset in operating instructions, troubleshooting mechanical issues and production processing. These collaborative efforts work to develop the products needed for various industries in today’s society.